Nelson, November 21.
Pakistan bumbled in a pursuit of 119 in the coincidental Twenty20 International, the primary two-sided T20I between both sides, in Nelson to round off a winless voyage through New Zealand.
Lea Tahuhu, the medium pacer, was included in four top wickets – she took three of them and afterward caused a run-out – as Pakistan slipped to 22 for 4 in the 6th over. Just two of the main six got into twofold digits.
Amelia Kerr, the sixteen-year old debutant, grabbed three wickets with her leg spin to grass shearer through the lower arrange. Aliya Riyaz, the No. 10 batsman, best scored and stayed unbeaten on 28, when the last wicket fell. Pakistan were knocked down some pins out for 104 off the last chunk of their innings.
In the wake of being blanked 5-0 in the ODIs, Pakistan made a solid begin, expelling opener Suzie Bates and Rachel Priest by the second over. New Zealad kept on losing wickets in clusters – Amy Sattherthwaite and Sophie Devine tumbled off back to back conveyances to Sana Mir in the fifth over – to be diminished to 36 for 4.
That they got to three figures was cordiality cameos from Liz Perry (26), Katie Perkins (17) and Tahuhu (16). Mir, the off spinner, took 2 for 18 off four overs, while Asmavia Iqbal, the medium pacer, took 2 for 30. Left-arm spinner Sadia Yousuf was the most efficient bowler, giving ceaselessly only 13 in four overs while taking a wicket.
New Zealand woman 118 for 9 (Perry 26, Mir 2-18, Iqbal 2-30) beat Pakistan woman 104 (Riaz 28*, Kerr 3-16, Tahuhu 3-17) by 14 runs.
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